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HEALTHY CAN STILL BE DELICIOUS!
When it comes to healthy eating, small changes can make a big difference. Just a few simple tweaks to your recipes can help boost the nutritional value of your meals.
For fresh and tasty recipe ideas that support good health, tune into My Market Kitchen on Channel 10, weekdays, at 3.30pm. Watch celebrity nutritionists, Simone Austin, Joel Feren and Purva Gulyani create a range of delicious and nutritious meals with the added benefit of Ensure® and Glucerna®.
GIVE YOUR MEALS A NUTRITIOUS BOOST
Both Ensure® and Glucerna® can easily be added to a selection of flavoursome recipes brought to you by the My Market Kitchen chefs.
This hearty Sheppard’s Pie is made with Ensure® Neutral. With its taste flexibility, Ensure® Neutral can easily be added to sweet or savoury foods.
For more recipes containing Ensure® and Glucerna®, download the FREE My Market Kitchen Recipe e-Book!
WHY ADD ENSURE® NEUTRAL?
If you’re over 40 years of age and struggling to meet your daily protein and vitamin D requirements, Ensure® Neutral can help. Simply add it to your favourite recipes to help maintain strength as you age.
TOP IDEAS FOR ADDING ENSURE NEUTRAL TO MEALS AND BEVERAGES
PLEASE NOTE WHEN COOKING WITH ENSURE® POWDER THERE MAY BE MINOR LOSS OF SOME NUTRIENTS.
WHY ADD GLUCERNA®?
Glucerna has been clinically proven to provide a steady release of glucose, helping you minimise your blood glucose spikes.†6-9 Maintaining steady blood glucose levels can help you stay ahead of the curve.
For more information about Glucerna® visit www.glucerna.com.au
Food for Special Medical Purposes. Use under medical supervision.
*As the main role to support muscle mass.1,2
†Glucerna® should be used as part of a diabetes management plan, including a healthy diet and physical activity.
ˆCompared to Glucerna S434 per serving.
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